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17th Century Oak Antique Dresser

17th century oak antique dresser standing on turned legs with stretchers and with three good deep drawers in the frieze. This dresser is not too deep front to back so does not encroach on the room more than necessary.

English circa 1680

06 18 02

48cm / 19" deep
89cm / 35" high
190cm / 75" wide

18th Century Antique Oak Dresser

18th century George III period antique oak dresser. This dresser has two cupboards with three drawers across the frieze and three false drawers below. There is a delft rack with three shelves and deep moulded and carved cornice. This oak dresser is not very deep front to back so does not crown a room while providing plenty of storage. The timber is a good cut of oak with medullary rays and which will be a lovely colour once the varnish is removed and beeswax applied by our team of in house restorers. All in all a very useful piece of furniture which will add real character to even a modern kitchen or dining room.

George III circa 1780 £3,800

12 16 08

50cm / 19½" deep
209cm / 82¼" high
169cm / 66½" wide

Antique oak dresser

Early antique oak dresser with cupboards and drawers and false centre drawers. This dresser is a good size being not too large but with plenty of useful storage space. The oak is a really good cut, with lots of lovely medullary rays and is a really good colour which the photos do not do justice.

English circa 1750 £4,800

12 14 01

64 1/2" wide
82" high
19 1/2" deep

Antique oak dresser

Early antique oak dresser with lots of lovely features. This one has large cupboards for lots of storage space, as well as the more usual drawers above. The carved detail adds an extra dimension as does the old metalwork on for hanging things on. The oak itself is an interesting cut with a good deep colour and lots of medullary rays.

English circa 1740 £5,800

JMM 257

18 1/2" deep
35 1/2" high to surface
87 1/2" high overall
73 1/2" wide max